After a first successful port of Ninja Gaiden on PS Vita, it is no surprise to see the arrival of NNinja Gaiden Sigma 2 Plus this week. Technically though, it is a bit of a disappointment this time, with framerate issues and poor in-game graphics overall. The game even tends to be very pixelated from time to time (when you leave the menu or when too many enemies or effects are on screen - as can be seen here), which is not particularly pretty even on a 5 inches screen. That being said, if you can go past the technical issues, it still remains a very good game in the genre, as challenging as you need it to be, especially in the hardest difficulty settings.
@KORNdog: What game is that?! (3 minutes ago)
talking about that splinter-cell style stealth game they showed back when the console was announced. (5 minutes ago)
@Moonwalker: new IP's don't mean much if they're not appealing. they had their hands on a cool new IP that looked awesome, and people really wanted and nothing came of it (6 minutes ago)
But millions? Like a new mainline Halo game? Nah I don't see that happening to be honest. (10 minutes ago)
I mean I am not a big fan if Division and Destiny but they do have more than just one objective. But I am sure SoT will too at release (13 minutes ago)
It's going to depend on marketing I think and if Rare releases a full game, meaning several different quests, enough reasons to explore these islands. I think their E3 showing is going to be important (15 minutes ago)